Nov 1, 2012 7:00pm EDT
for a while. is there an issue of companies moving outside of new york city, going to dallas or houston or atlanta and has -- >> stamford god to bid. >> connecticut is just as big of a mess. but do they go out of town because the if silt f facilitie better? >> i don't think so. this is very rare. a natural disaster can hit you anywhere. so, no, you want to keep new york city vibrant, then you worry about taxes. that's the ongoing thing that businesses have to pay and the reason they start look outside of new york city is when they can get better deals outside of new york city where the tax level is much less. >> amen. >> that's the thing i would look at. you keep taxes low in new york city -- downtown manhattan has doubled in size since september 11th. i don't see that changing. >> great stuff. many, many thanks to america's mayor, rudy giuliani. we appreciate it. >>> coming up, homeowners will not have to pay hurricane ded t deductibles for damage caused by the storm. what do you think, larry? >> i hate to say this, but there is no such thing as a free lunch. here we go again.